September 7, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Two charged in murder of Blacksburg store owner

Police have arrested two people in the murder of a Blacksburg convenience store owner. More...

Google, Yahoo bring long lost sisters back together

Gaffney More...

LifeStyles

ANNIES MAILBOX

Woman has family secret she doesn

Dear Annie: I am 67, in very poor health and the holder of a closely guarded family secret that I thought I would take to my grave. More...

CHAPS will break ground for museum’s history wing

The Cherokee Historical and Preservation Society will have a ground breaking ceremony for the history wing of the Cherokee County Museum on Monday, Sept. 12, at 4 p.m. More...

YOUNGSTERS WANT TO HELP

Hopewell Baptist Church preschool children Matt Evans, Jeremy Bayne and Sylvia Blanton are shown Friday with some of the donations their 3-year-old class has collected for Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

OBITUARIES

Sue H. Scruggs Homemaker Sue Louise "Nanny" Hall Scruggs, 56, of 306 Marietta St., died Sunday, Sept. 4, 2005, in Cherokee County. More...

Letters

Likes site near county administration building for Michael Gaffney More...

Columns

These pets are getting pretty expensive

One of our dogs has arthritis. At least that More...

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Boys in fatal accident out of hospital

Two boys airlifted to Spartanburg Regional Medical Center after being involved in a traffic accident that killed two people Sunday have been released from the hospital. More...

Dr. K

Kaemmerlen a fixture on GHS football sideline

Dr. Robert Kaemmerlen has treated a lot of ailments on the sidelines during his 20-year tenure as the Gaffney High football team doctor. More...

Funeral service for Limestone basketball player will be Thursday

Funeral arrangements for a 22year-old Limestone College student have been announced. More...

Local News

Students below average on ACT

The SAT is no longer the only game in town for South Carolina seniors. More...

RELIEF CHECK More...

Council split on meal reimbursement

City Councilman Tom Reid doesn More...

Sports

GHS coordinator likes bird’s eye view

Greg Lawson has found his calling and the Gaffney Indians have rediscovered their offensive rhythm. More...

BRIEFS

The Associated Press high school football poll as selected by a panel of South Carolina sports writers, with the school More...

Indian offense back on track

With his offense producing touchdowns each time it was in the red zone and with the offensive line holding its own against Hanna More...

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